Time for another book review! This time I was sent a review copy of Sereknity: Peaceful Projects to Soothe and Inspire, Nikki Van De Car’s book on cultivating mindfulness and finding peace through knit and crochet. This title contains 27 patterns in all, 14 crochet and 13 knit, that are relative simple to complete (how […]Read More Book Review: Sereknity
Taken between Edisto and Walterboro, SC. SaveRead More Long Haul
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Hi. This should be anticipated by now but yet again I’ve disappeared off the face of the Earth for 6 months. Sorry about that. There were reasons (there always are). Anyhoo, here I am. In light of the New Year, I thought I would list a few general (and some specific) goals I have for […]Read More So It’s Been A While….
Breakfast has started to become a problem. I’m working on making sure I have protein in my breakfasts, but I don’t want to make eggs in the morning. I know, I know, but I don’t want to. I like to save my eggs for a quick dinner (brinner) when I’m stuck for ideas. My trainer […]Read More Apple Cinnamon Almond Protein Muffins
I got a book in the mail to review: Scandinavian Stitch Craft: Unique Projects and Patterns for Inspired Embroidery by Karin Holmberg. And its a good one! This book is all embroidery (which I am admittedly not great at) but there is such a wide breadth of difficulty range, I think even I could easily […]Read More Book Review: Scandinavian Stitch Craft
Aloo Tikki are those little fried, spiced Indian potato cakes that are a bit crispy on the outside and very light and soft on the inside. They are usually served with green or tamarind chutney and are very, very tasty. One of my favorite Indian food blogger/author has been talking about them recently so I’ve […]Read More Aloo (Gobi) Tikki or Indian Potato Cauliflower Cakes
Hi everyone! I know it’s been a while. Work kind of exploded and left me very little time to have a life. No life = boring blogging, so I spared you all. You’re welcome! 🙂 But, I’ve been cooking again and had some recent success. Losar, Tibetan new year, was this past week and we […]Read More Losar – Tibetan New Year
Dear god I love rum balls. They are one of the few foods that I have next to no self control over. I love them so much. I’m like a dog. I can’t help myself. Therefore I never make them, except when I can give them away. As it happens, every year I make a […]Read More ‘Tis the Season for Spiced Rum Balls!
Believe it or not, I am not a huge fan of beans. I want to be because I know that they are quite good for me and for my tum-tum but….eh? I tend to be very meh about most bean things. The exceptions are my White Bean & Asiago Puree, Daal (recipes forthcoming) and Deborah […]Read More My Favorite White Bean Soup